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-- weeks of refusing the parents of missing eleven month old baby -- -- Irwin are now agreeing to let police re interview.
Their two sons these boys were in the home -- the night they say -- little girl went missing.
The police have given -- the parents have given police several interviews of themselves but their relationship with law enforcement soon started to go south.
The police now say that you have stopped talking to -- is that true.
Then why -- they saying.
Because -- -- could -- our children maybe.
And they already you know it's -- -- yeah yeah.
Of course and you just say no more -- -- more like it would know nothing.
To waste of time and energy.
Coming Pennsylvania category for them I don't find any reason for them to continue to talk to my kids they -- been through enough that they give you reason.
We don't have enough to go -- -- -- cancer.
They then He says that they wanna bring interviewed -- -- spend some time and maybe they're much better understanding that.
It was they -- -- and it it's been harder -- Well the parents have now changed their minds.
And for our next guest.
This could be a critical step in the case.
-- our former LA CD homicide detective.
Who has worked a number of high profile cases mark -- mark thanks so much for being back with us so.
The parent you heard the -- saying no it would be a waste of time we're not gonna let it happen.
With the police continuing to say we need it we need we need at the parents are allowing it so what does that tell you.
Well it tells me that somebody's -- and some legal advice and white created situation.
Might be more problematic by not giving access it's been over.
Two weeks since since the police have wanted to -- these two young boys six and eight years old and they're certainly old enough.
To communicate effectively and and you'd be able to do it quite easily but.
The reason is just exactly why have they prevented this what could possibly harm they believe this little baby is still alive and these boys might have heard something.
-- been able to maybe even see something.
They said they told me that their their sons in particular the younger one was.
Is suffering anxiety in school that He was getting knots in his throat and that He didn't you know He they just didn't want -- subjected -- any more stressed the police told me.
-- the time we interrogated him or interviewed him I should say was their child specialist it wasn't a detective it was in a controlled settings and He understands children and that's how will be we're told.
This Friday when they sit down with the boys again.
Why aren't they so critical.
Well make it look like okay and you're interview -- is is really.
Packed with little tidbits of information inconsistencies.
Cheat sheet in your interview changes the timeline from last seen the baby at 1030 at night to 648.
In the late afternoon early evening.
Now in that same interview she says that she blacked out after a certain point that evening yet -- Your interview she remembers bringing this six and the eight year old little boys into her room to go to bed with her.
Now you -- you just can't have this in the same interview you can't have the same moment in time claim a black out.
Change the time frame so these little boys in your interview she said they were watching a movie while she was across the street.
Drinking with the neighbor.
So little boys don't have a wrist -- -- -- they don't live about world but they do remember.
Did you finish watching the movie were you when your room when Deborah came -- where you nodding your room they did did you finish the movie and she take it to her bedroom that they need to know.
Blow up half of the household that evening and these are the only two witnesses other than Deborah Bradley which hasn't been very cooperative.
And I know that now the mother claims that.
She went to bed that night and you know she was she was drunk -- had more than five glasses of -- the less than had she possibly blacked out.
And then I asked her you know did you check on the -- so what did you do before you went to bed and -- say one of the critical things they need to learn.
Is did she ask the boys to come into bed with her because when her husband came all at 4 AM -- discovered the baby missing.
He said the younger boy the six year old was in bed with Debra.
Heidi get there what about the eight year old UC police are gonna wanna know about that let's just let me show the viewers what she told me on this score.
When He went in at 1030 after the neighbor left and what you -- -- we probably were part of my hand.
I was what is probably because.
Sometimes I'll check on her.
While most of the time I checked on her own -- but always there was pregnant each other and I sneaking in nature little -- -- -- -- and I -- -- it.
-- -- told me complete my bad.
And done so I'm assuming that I went and checked on her to let.
I don't and what does that tell you mark.
Well I would make -- I want to know when exactly she realized she blacked out I mean this is a point when she's done drinking she admitted.
And she admitted in front of you know millions of people that she was drunk.
She blacked out yet she can remember going to the boy's room and and the the interesting part about this Megyn is she's gonna go to a six and eight year old.
Boys' room and -- asks them to come to her room but she's not gonna check on a ten month old baby.
That is that a helpless infant that still needs her for -- for food -- and can't.
You remember that she can remember going into the boys' rooms and asking him that.
But she cannot remember whether she checked -- the -- I mean that's possible is and I it is possible He member won but not the other.
-- the possible possible improbable order or are two different words in let's look at the obvious everything that she wants us to believe is.
To an advantage of her in her defense of her actions that night.
And everything that we wanted to declare is a possibility is something that would be something that she's distancing herself from there's another thing make -- The baby have gone by the mother's admission purple shorts and a purple shirt.
-- If the baby is already asleep and gone to bed and she went to the boy's room and she's gonna go to bed.
What they mean B you know prepared for bed put in a sleeper.
Taken out of the clothes that she was in action missing -- -- ain't that bad evening when each of us.
It's interesting you should -- that's one of the things I've been wondering myself is why why wasn't the -- in in a sort of a normal ones a year an idea that the mother said.
That that was an unusual -- that day -- -- been 87 degrees but it went down -- that night market gotta run but thank you so much as always for your insights on this thanks --
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